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When is the next wave coming? It‘s already here. It‘s Long Haul. The first wave of Covid was horrific. Patients jammed hallways, unable to breathe, hospitals ran out of ventilators, and doctors, nurses, and first responders died with their patients. Workers placed...
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More Sleep, More Sex, More Refreshed Sleep is part of a 24-hour cycle: this essay concentrates on the period from dinner to help you get a full night’s sleep. At dinner, eat foods that are easy to digest! Lying in bed with your intestines wrestling with a high cuisine...
You are either Working for the Virus or Working for Your Fellow Man Explanations why people don’t get vaccinated have as much to do with the bias of the reporter as the data available. For instance, Black and Hispanic minority groups were labeled “hesitant.” The plain...
What should one do about omicron? First, take a deep breath. We have the playbook for this. It is called layered defense. In 2020, we did not know how Covid spread, what measures could block the spread. We didn’t have vaccines, immunoglobulins, and oral medications. We also learned that lockdowns in First World didn’t work. They caused social and political disruptions, significant psychological damage to the elderly and children. First World lockdowns deprived the Third world of medical supplies and food, causing non-Covid deaths. We now realize the virus will continue to circulate regardless of any of our efforts, but its damage can be contained. Read the Great Barrington Declaration. We know the drill for airborne pathogens. Cut the exposure with ventilation, masks, and social distancing indoors. This worked so well last year there was no seasonal flu. When Covid is flaring, quarantine is needed for nursing home populations and other susceptible individuals…
Image courtesy Larry Li on Unsplash In 2012, oncologist Joshua Schiffman of the Huntsman Cancer Center encountered an elephant that would change his life. He had taken his children to the Hogle zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had recently lost their Bernese Mountain...
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